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security monitor lisa monaco. jay carney will begin his briefing shortly. i anticipate he will get questions about the shooting. as you know, the president has been in office during a number of shootings. what typically happens, he gets briefed, updated through the the day as situations like this evolve. the latest from the white house is the president has been briefed. no reaction at this point in time. we anticipate we'll be getting more reaction from the white house within the hour. andrea. >> thanks so much, kristen. we'll bring all that to you live, jay carney when he does brief. they clearly at the white house will be waiting to hear definitively that the situation is under control and whether this was a sole shooter or not, the um in of people injured. they will not want to go out until they have a pretty good handle on it. the first information clearly will come from the white house. homeland security now coordinating all of this. lisa monaco is the new counter-terror and national security deputy for this. the first woman to hold that post. she'll be reporting to the presid
. authorities are planning a news conference to update us on exactly what happened. press secretary jay carney indicated that the white house is being kept apprised of this particular situation. also the social media has been providing interesting access as to what happened inside that terminal. we are now starting to see the first images from inside terminal three including this image that appears to show a rifle at the foot of the police officer that you see in the foreground there. that is the rifle that so many people have been describing, and it does appear based on that image to be an assault rifle. ines what is the latest? >> this is the latest of the scene. and it said inside lax terminal, possibly the gun used laying on the ground in front of the guard. and this is just one of the angles of what appears to be the scene that has been tweeted just minutes ago. we also want to show you what earlier jasmine tweeted this image. it appears to be the same scene and also josh earlier tweeted this image as well. dell? >> joining me by phone from sacramento james wedick a former fbi agent. mr.
secretary jay carney echoing that as well saying it's al qaeda oops fight. saying in a speech early today at the u.s. institute of piece, these not sectarian violence, although it may appear that way on the outside. but, in fact, al qaeda, a which is now using parts of syria that it controls as that country struggles in a civil war, is staging from syria attacks in to iraq. this all comes in the face of a lot of opposition, a lot of disappointment on the part of both republican and democrats in the senate. writing a letter on the eve of this visit to washington, this three-day visit a using maliki of allowing his country to slide further towards another civil war. accusing him of mismanagement of iraqi politics of mistreatment of sunnies, and asking him to move towards a more inclusive government. on the issue of tear on, maliki had that speech this morning at the u.s. institute of peace, let's listen to a little bit of what he had to say. >> but the relation as a whole between the iraqi people is good. there is no problem between seen is and shi'ites, the sunnies are killed today but the
% of the people who were in the insurance market right now. and when i asked jay carney, does the president regret making these comments, he said, no, the president was not misleading the public and that the people who are receiving these letters in the mail right now saying that their plans are being changed or discontinued, that those people are being affected or impacted by the insurance companies, not obama care. here is what jay carney had to say. >> did the president mislead the american people when he made that comment repeatedly? >> no. the president was clear about a basic fact. if had you insurance you liked on an individual market and you wanted to keep that insurance through 2010, 2013, in perpetuity if you wanted to, you could. you were grandfathered in. what no -- health care reform could envision or could responsibly stipulate is that any plan that might come along in the next few years would be grandfathered in because that would undermine the basic premise of providing the minimum benefits for the american people. again, in all of these cases, what is absolutely true is that if yo
jay carney told reporters today that although the nsa surveillance was made legal by the patriot act, greater oversight transparency and constraints might be necessary. he went on to say that president obama has ordered his administration to conduct a review of nsa surveillance programs. that response is not acceptable to world leaders who have been monitor. two other countries have fallen under the watchful eye of the nsa and are now in the process of drafting a u.n. general assembly resolution to look at the rules of the road moving forward. latin american and european diplomat said that brazil and germany are leading an effort to guarantee online privacy to civilians around the world. our correspondent joins me now with the latest. tell us which countries are involved in drafting this solution. >> germany and brazil are certainly spearheading the whole operation at the united nations, -- understandably with the newest allegations of tapping the phone of german chancellor angela merkel and as well as the canceled trip by brazil. she basically said that whatever the u.s. has underwa
is how it was explained by jay carney. >> the universe that you're talking about here is 5%. the whole insurance market, 5% of the population. >> first of all that 5% is 15 million people. the whole obamacare is to get 30 million uninsured insured. secondly, is it just the individual market that will lose their policy? >> no, small business plans are being forced to pool their workers with a larger pool of other workers. many small businesses right now are dropping their insurance -- >> it's not just small business or individuals, there are big companies, time warner, ibm, series, k mart, walgreens. none of those people can keep their current policies. >> those are companies making decisions of how they want to insure people. before obama care they could drop coverage at any time. before obama care they didn't have to offer insurance to their people and many didn't. we have 50 million uninsured people, and most of those are workers who didn't have coverage. so before obama care. >> simple question, are they going to be able to keep their coverage. >> the president doesn't say seres, dr
've heard from carney briefly today, jay carney here. but the relationship the president has particularly with angela merkel, any kind of deal making? >> it makes it difficult and it certainly would give germany leverage to some degree in some of these discussions because the u.s. is in a position where it was caught doing something it had not previously acknowledged it was doing. how this ultimately plays out is a little difficult. we're still in early days since the revelations and sometimes these things do calm down a little bit. however, as we've seen with the snowden revelations they seem to gain momentum over time. what will be the main challenge for the obama administration is how to sort of restore this trust that germany and some of the other european leaders have talked about because they still do need germany to work with them on lots of key national security and economic issues. >> siobhan gorman, thank you very much. intriguing report. >>> developing as well right now, we're learning that a british man is under arrest in england charged with hacking into u.s. government compu
d.c. types going, we'll have jay carney on today. listen to how he answers the questions about this. this never happened. at least the person at the top and most of us, no, never. it is an answer you will never accept on anything in your own personal life. but it's very interesting for me to often hear how these guys and women answer questions that they're not really comfortable with. >> i will say this, does this matter? i think it matters, anything involving choosing a vice president inside politics, ittette goods how these candidates really think and make decisions which does matter for leadership and being in the white house. what is this about barack obama that he would never have replaced joe biden when he had these options. it may say loyalty. that's what it would have said about w. and george h.w. >> that's getting a little tired. i have to tell you. nobody cares more about this process than the man who's going to be on the ticket with whoever they choose. >> excellent point. excellent point. >> good conversation. >> i don't know if there's sand that deep to bury your head i
that a switch was discussed as were many options but he says it was never considered seriously. jay carney says the president dismissed the idea out of hand. i know for a fact that president obama never considered this, never thought about it, never entertained it. the vice president has been a partner of his from the 2008 campaign on, an excellent governing partner and excellent campaign partner. so again, campaigns test everything but as the book itself says this was never considered by the president. >> obama's former senior adviser, david plouffe, also denies any serious intent. plouffe tweeted "never any, any consideration of vice president of hillary rodham clinton switch." >>> congress is ramping up its investigation into the terror attacks on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, as you'll recall, four americans including the u.s. ambassador to libya tide in that ferocious attack. and republicans critical of the white house response on the night of september 11th have demanded access to witnesses. well now they'll get their chance in just a couple of weeks, cia operatives who were on t
to the white house now where jay carney is briefing. >> hello everyone, thanks for being here. before i take your questions i have a brief announcement. on friday, november 8, the president will travel to the new orleans area for an event on the economy. the president will discuss the importance of taking measures to grow the economy and create jobs by increasing our exports. more details on the president's travel will be released as they become available. that is my very brief topper. i go to you. >> is that the week? >> no we'll have the full week ahead at the end of your briefing, chuck. >> thanks, jay. i know the president has been briefed on the shooting at lax. can you tell us any more about who he was briefed by at the white house, anyone he may have talked to? does he have any sense of what actually has happened in this incident? >> the president has been briefed on the incident at los angeles international airport by alyssa mastromonaco his deputy chief of staff and he will be regularly updated on unfolding events there. at this point the lead is lapd but we're obviously at the fede
-think with jay carney. set to begin at 12:45. running a little bit late. we will have it when it gets underway. the u.s. house is in today. members return for general speeches at 2:00 with both in speeches later. on the agenda, consideration of the number of bills dealing with veterans benefits. later this week, bills dealing with changes to the dodd frank regulations law. see live coverage of the house when members return at 2:00 eastern here on c-span with both at 6:30. coming up wednesday, health and human services director kathleen sebelius will testify about problems encountered with health care.gov website. also tonight, the jack kemp foundation honoring florida governor jeb bush was annual leadership award. the ceremony will include remarks by john boehner and south carolina senator tim scott five at 7:30 eastern on c-span three. >> the courtship of bess wallace and harry truman began here at her home in independence, missouri. >> when my grandfather visited independents, 26 miles from where he lived at the time, he often stayed across the street at the nolan house or his aunt and two
's credibility on the issue has taken a hit. jay carney says over time they hope to change the narrative because as more people get the benefits and see the positives, the think it's going to turn around. >> ed, administration officials insist 5% of americans will be in the middle of this. but the president promised all of us. 5% is a lot of millions of people, and republicans say they think it's higher. >> that's right. 5% basically, 14-15 million people. so that's negligent. -- significant. and the republicans quoting a story, if you go back to the federal register in june of 20 10. officials posted comments about the new law which had just been signed into law, that suggested it would not just be a hit to individual insurance plans but disruption of employer, based health plans and we may see people being dropped there. so that would change the narrative again negatively for the administration, because it would be a bigger personal of people, it would include people who have insurance through their employer, which the white house says you'll be fine if you're in that category. this report fro
person signed up. jay carney had an answer though. listen to his explanation for these numbers. watch. >> what you have learned from selected cherry picked leaks from republican committee is that there are notes out there from a contractor that make estimates about figures related to enrollees in the early days of this process. the web site wasn't functioning very well on october 1st or october 2nd. in fact, it hasn't been functioning well in the first month since the launch. if the implication from this disclosure is that the web site wasn't working effectively on october 1st. i think that is a dog bites man story. we know that. and when we have fully compiled data about enrollment in the middle of this month for october. we're going to release it. >> how long does it take to get data from a web site. can i look up any web site. >> it has to work, first. >> you can find out who is on the site instantly. they claim they don't have these numbers. they are mad that the numbers that they don't have leaked. >> sometimes i feel sorry for jay carney sometimes i just look you are in a no-win
know, what's the point? jay carney today was, frankly, apologetic. they said they're going to go ahead and make some changes. let me play just as jay described it. >> we recognize that there need to be additional constraints on how we gather and use intelligence. >> so does he have a point? that there should be additional constraints? or is that basically unilaterally disarming as someone told me today, that the u.s., if it backs down now and stops doing this monitoring, it would be very damaging possibly for the security of the u.s. as well as its allies? >> what he said was the diplomatic correct thing to say. the executive branch is in charge of this. they know what they've got to look at in order to keep america safe. this is not a partisan issue. this is a bipartisan issue. we all agree that we've got to do the kind of intelligence gathering that we do in order to keep americans safe. >> so you don't think they're going to back off unnecessarily. they're going to say the right thing, but they're going to do what they need to do. >> the other side would say the same thing under the
're gathering so much we don't know what we're gathering. the president doesn't even know, what's the point? jay carney today was, frankly, apologetic. they said they're going to go ahead and make some changes. let me play just as jay described it. >> we recognize that there need to be additional constraints on how we gather and use intelligence. >> so does he have a point? that there should be additional constraints? or is that basically unilaterally disarming as someone told me today, that the u.s., if it backs down now and stops doing this monitoring, it would be very damaging possibly for the security of the u.s. as well as its allies? >> what he said was the diplomatic correct thing to say. the executive branch is in charge of this. they know what they've got to look at in order to keep america safe. this is not a partisan issue. this is a bipartisan issue. we all agree that we've got to do the kind of intelligence gathering that we do in order to keep americans safe. >> so you don't think they're going to back off unnecessarily. they're going to say the right thing, but they're going to do
there was a protest. jay carney the president and susan rice claimed there was no evidence of an al qaeda connection, it was not preplanned it was a protest spawned by hateful video that went bad. my belief the fbi interviews two days after should be released to the congress so we can see if whether or not there was evidence that there was never a protest. >> is there another way to do th this? janet yellen leading the federal reserve arguably one of the most important positions leading in washington in the coming years ahead. >> absolutely, yes. >> is it fair to hold up one part of government in order to make a point on another? >> is it fair to tell the congress when you have a national security failure like this, we will not make available to you the people who survived the attack so you can make an independent inquiry, is it fair to withhold from the congress a separate branch of the government with oversight responsibilities, the basic evidence about what happened. i don't like holding up people, that's not in my nature. i've run out of ideas and i am not going to let this whole chapter close w
of them have been aired, showed in fact they weren't ready and they knew they weren't ready. today jay carney said the president was shown this website ahead of time as though it was ready. so figuring out who inside the organization knew but failed to communicate is important. but more importantly because there's so many other areas including risk of private information coming out in a website that isn't ready, we need to ask those questions and see the -- what's internally going on. >> mike rogers, chairman of the house and intelligence committee, asked tough questions about whether or not information people provide to that website about their social security numbers, their income, whatever, is really secured. you want to subpoena information to show that they knew in advance the security, the cybersecurity, was not adequate? >> exactly. we need to know who knew, why they should still be on the job. you know, there's more complex information. do you realize that tax i.d. information is in there, voter information is in there? this is a very important link to a also of private informa
assume you're going to still try to get -- hold on for a moment, leah. jay carney, the white house press secretary is now speaking about this incident at l.a.x. >> los angeles international airport by alissa an, the deputy chief of staff. he will be regularly updated on unfolding events there. at this point, the lead is l.a.p.d. but we're obviously at the federal level in touch with law enforcement officials on the ground and will -- the president can say about what he's been told, what the understanding is from officials on what happened there? >> i have no more information than what you're learning from reports out of l.a. right now to convey. >> on a separate topic, intelligence officials say the leader of the pakistani taliban was killed in a u.s. drone strike on friday. can you confirm that he was killed? >> there you hear that the president has been informed about what is going on. lisa monaco, his homeland security adviser is briefing the president. i want to bring back lea osbourne. one of the eyewitnesses we have been talking to. you were there, sitting in a chair near your gate
house press secretary, jay carney was asked during his daily briefing. here's what he had to say. take a listen. >> the president has been briefed on the incident at los angeles international airport. by alyssa mass extra monaco, chief of staff, and he will be updated. at this point the lead is the lapd, but we're obviously at the federal level in touch with law enforcement officials on the ground, and will -- the president will be updated as the afternoon progresses. >> now, at this point in time, there appears there are no plans for the president to speak about this. president obama currently meeting with iraq's prime minister, norelle maliki, this was supposed to be the president's health care website, but, of course, renewed discussion about the issue of guns and gun violence as this white house continues to monitor the situation at l.a.x. back to you. >> all right, kristen, thank you very much. the shooting at l.a.x. is, of course, affecting air travel everywhere else. that is, perhaps, the least of the issues with one person dead and several injured. but that is something that a
there is something like this, jay carney starting his white house briefing. we also have plenty of talk on the health-care law. kathleen sebelius is out of town on the day lawmakers have released a report showing incredibly for early enrollment figures and a few minutes ago a federal court upheld the challenge to the obamacare provision requiring employers sponsored plans provide birth control. the justices find we must determine whether the contraceptive mandate imposed, traveled the right of free exercise, a right the lies at the core of our constitutional liberties is protected by the freedom restoration act. we conclude it does. there are cases challenging that mandate and legal watchers ex will decide that issue. republicans on the house oversight and government reform committee say they have secured the totals from day 1 of obamacare's on my exchange, total of 6 enrollees on the first day and the administration meeting those released by the committee say ongoing issues, high capacity on the web site, direct enrollment not working, experienced creating conclusion with credit check information, f
't ready. jay carney said the president was shown this website ahead of time as though it was ready. so, figuring out who inside the organization knew but failed to communicate is important, but, more importantly, because so many other areas including the risk of private information coming out in a website that isn't ready. we really need to ask those questions and see what's internally going on. >> here is the department's response to the susubpoena. since october 10th, the committee has made five separate requests for a wide-range of documents, their timeline was not feasible given the vast scope of their request. it goes on. we are disappointed that the committee believes a subpoena was necessary, however, it does not change our intent to continue to cooperate with them to produce documents as we were able to. sebelius apologized for that house hearing for 3 1/2 hours yesterday morning. she will next go before the senate finance committee that is next wednesday. >>> senator ted cruz's father told supporters during his son's senate campaign that he would like to send president obama,
. >> we will have the live briefing with jay carney once it is underway. president obama will be meeting with iraq he prime minister alba lucky. they are expected to talk to security concerns in the country as terror and violence has flared, particularly since the u.s. forces pulled out nearly two years ago. their discussion is coming on a day with the associated press is reporting an intelligence official saying the leader of the pakistan taliban was one of three people killed, and -- in a suspected u.s. drone strike. we will have live coverage of the press briefing once again's underway here on c-span. we have a preview this morning " of theington journal meeting between president obama and the prime minister. host: and what you're excited to see out of it. iraqi the goal out of the perspective is to get u.s. help for the fight against a really terrorist-ike of driven violence inside iraq and the argument that the president thisime minister, rather, is a threat that affects not only iraq but it drives and iran. it has really become in the counterterrorism parliament a transnational thr
heard now some word from this, from the white house. let me take you to that. this is jay carney speaking just a short time ago. >> the president has been briefed on the incident at los angeles international airport. by alyssa mast romonica, deputy chief of staff, and he will be regularly updated on unfolding events there. at this point, the lead is the lapd. but we're obviously at the federal level in touch with law enforcement officials on the ground and will -- the president will be updated as the afternoon progresses. >> the lead, as we have now heard from the news conference, is the fbi, with lapd assisting there. and also according to the mayor, they believe, this is according to police as well, a lone shooter, it was a lone-shooter situation. feel confident that was isolated to that particular terminal in the airport. but as we continue to hear from people who happened to be inside, happened to hear some of the gunshots, absolutely ori horrifying ordeal. i want to go to chuck who joins me on the phone. can you hear me? >> yes, i can. can you hear me? >> i can, yes, sir. le
rollout, we are learning that six people were able to sign up on day one. yesterday, jay carney said this is a dog bite man's story as we talk about health care but yet this is a big deal and we're learning more. is it accurate or wise i should say for the white house to downplay this as dog bite's man? >> i think they have to accept the fact this was a big screw up. i think new york mayor laguardia said when i make a mistake, it's a butte. this is something the president cares about more than anything in his legacy, the major contribution he has made to the social safety net. it will ultimately succeed, but it only succeed if he keeps his credibility. i think it's important as we go through this rocky period he is seen the man you go to. he always has to tell the whole truth. bobby kennedy used to say hang a lantern on your problem and let people know what your problem is so they will begin to trust you more. real quickly a yes or no. do you think the president needs to come out and talk more about this? >> no. i think he needs to be candid about the fact the issue is still this one
consideration? >> yes. >> david, white house spokesman jay carney asked yesterday if president obama knew about any potential v.p. swaps, listen to this -- >> you're saying he was aware of this or was not -- >> i think if you ask the people who were more directly running the campaign that question, they might have an answer. i'm not aware that he was aware of it. >> in those conversations about kicking biden off the ticket here, is it possible the president may not have been aware of those discussions happening around him? >> i think chris is right in what she said. i covered the campaign. there were moments where the president seemed to have losst some of the momentum he had four years ago. hillary clinton was riding high in the polls as secretary of state. there was public talk among pundits and so on. i'm sure the campaign were thinking about every potential option. whether it reached the level of president obama or was serious, it looks unlikely. david plouffe is adamant about that. i think this is a lot of talk. biden's role in this white house has been periodically questioned about how se
of the this month. tracy: i'm not betting my kid's college fund on that one. ashley: who would like to be jay carney right now? charging an electric car without plugging it in anywhere? a pilot program in new york city is testing out the concept by installing wireless charging plates that look like manhole covers. genius. evo power is the company behind this idea and the founder and ceo jeremy mccall joins me right now. jeremy, interesting. these charging plates look like manhole covers. they're in the ground. i drive my electric car over the plate. how does it work? >> very simply. it is like, if you will, tuning an fm radio. as you start to pull up to this charging station you actually, your vehicle starts to tune into that charging station and once you're over it, boom. just like being on a radio station except for it's charging. ashley: average vehicle, how long does it take? how long do you have to park there? >> same as typical charging stations being deployed. depends on size of the vehicle. could be a small vehicle like a smart ev that are being released right now with, nyu polly. those kind
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